MAP. Ideas for going out in Rennes this weekend: here are our top 5 activities to do

How about a walk in one of the two clearances taking place in Rennes this weekend? (Illustration photo ©Nicolas Demollien/Lille Actu)

If you don’t know what to do this weekend, News Rennes has selected five ideas for outings and activities for you on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September 2022. Theatre, festivals, neighborhood clean-up and a supermarket… Residents of Rennes have plenty to do.


Theater

The Jacquolandine Theater Company shelf burners will perform this Friday night on the stage of theADEC-House of Amateur Theater of arsenic and old lace, a detective comedy by Joseph Kesselring.

Mortimer Brewster comes to his two aunts Dorothy and Martha, who raised him, to announce his marriage to Reverend Harper’s daughter Elaine. One afternoon, hidden in a coffin, he discovers the body of an old man…

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the drama mingles with the insanity in a room revisited with Humour by means of 11 actors amateurs, led by the director Juliette Dauzet.

Prices: 4 or 6 euros. ADEC-House of Amateur Theater, 45 rue Papu, Rennes. 02 99 33 20 01. Book here or in person.

Clearance

There are two sales taking place this Sunday in two districts of Rennes. The first, om Saint Helier is called “Brad, Broc, on vide à Saint-Hélier”, while the second will take place in the district Landry, behind the Eastern Cemetery. Several dozen exhibitors are expected in each of them.

Practical information: “Brad, Broc, we empty in Saint-Hélier”, from 8 am, Sunday 25 September 2022, rue du Verger in Rennes. Braderie du Landry, from 8 am to 6 pm, rue Mathurin Méheut, catering on site.

Court Metrange Festival

If you like movies, this event is for you. From Wednesday 21 September to Sunday 2 October the fantasy film festival Court Métrange arrives in Rennes! This year’s theme is space and the universe. Below we announce the program for this weekend.

George Festival

mixing exhibitions, conferences, guided tours, film screenings and evenings, Georges wants to give architectural production a whole new visibility. This one first edition spreads across the city, and in nine emblematic places in Rennes : from the School of Fine Arts to the MAeB, from the Pavillon Courrouze to the old Brasserie Saint Hélier, from the Hôtel Pasteur to the Chapelle Saint-Yves.

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Organizing its first edition on Saturday 24 September 2022, the new Georges Festival invites you to (re)discover the architectural heritage of Rennes.
Organizing its first edition on Saturday 24 September 2022, the new Georges Festival invites you to (re)discover the architectural heritage of Rennes. (©Festival Georges)

The target? Promoting contemporary creation, photographers’ gaze, artists’ sensitivity and the new challenges that drive architects, both socially and ecologically. Georges, it is also an opportunity to engage in dialogue with those who shape the city of tomorrow, and to (re)discover Rennes thanks to new routes on foot, by bike or… by canoe. The festival is open to all and offers workshops for the awareness of a young audience following the programming.

The festival begins from this saturday Sep 24, 2022.

Convenience store

The supermarket is a new concept from direct sale and events from agricultural products. Objective ? Recreate the city-countryside link, give everyone access to products localgood for health, the environment and the local economy, while ensuring a fair compensation to producers.

For this second editiona twenty farmers will be present and all productions will be represented: bread, vegetables, dairy products, meat

The way the Supermarket wants to be festive: musicians neighbourhood, farm animals and activities related to agriculture and food will enliven the event.

Sunday 25 September 11:00 Espace Alain Savary, intersection between boulevard Louis Volclair and rue d’Andorre.

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